The table presents information about the average annual income per person, in US dollars, and the percentage growth of the same, in different European countries between 2008 and 2013.
Overall, 4 countries: Austria, Belgium, Luxembourg and Poland, experienced an increase in their average annual income, 3 countries saw a reduction, this countries are Greece, Italy and United Kingdome. And one of the countries, did not change between these years.
Of the 4 countries that experienced increase, the largest rise was seen in Poland, which shows a 22% of growth in five years and reaches the highest level of the table. The second country that present a significant climb on their annual income, was Luxembourg, showing and increase of 17%, albeit not as great as Poland. And just above, we can find Belgium with an increase of 15% and Autria with 13%.
On the other hand, from the countries that experienced a fall in their annual income, the marked drop was observed in Greece with a -13% from 2008 to 2013, followed by Italy with a -12% and the United Kingdome with a -4% of decrease on the same period of time.
Finally, Netherlands is the only country that remain constant annual income in these five years, with an income of 29,000 U.S. Dollars.